The Zoar Lutheran Church was the site of the summer wedding of Rheannon M. Jackson and Nicholas E. Chisholm.
The bride is the daughter of Connie Clark of South Hill, Va., and Mike Clark of Leetonia.
The bridegroom's parents are Ken and Bernice Chisholm of Oregon, Ohio.
Pastor Timothy Philabaum officiated at the couple's double-ring ceremony at 3 p.m. July 12. Nuptial music was provided by Michael Giartz.
The bride was escorted by her grandfather, Richard Shanker and given in marriage by her parents and grandparents.
The sweetheart neckline of her gown featured beaded straps with pearls accenting the gown to the cathedral train. Her three-layered veil was accented with a blusher.
She carried a bouquet of fuschia and yellow gerber daisies, hydrangeas, and coral roses and cascading calla lilies.
Dana Chisholm of Maumee, the bridegroom's sister-in-law, was the matron of honor.
Bridemaids included Aubree Woodruff, the bride's sister; Tanya Wisniewski; Kelly Cook; Jennie Hauer; and Katie Chisholm, the bridegroom's sister.
Halley Hernandez of East Stroudsburg, Pa., the bride's cousin, was the flower girl.
Chris Chisholm and Greg Chisholm, the bridegroom's brothers, served as best men.
Ushers were Scott Wisniewski, Kyle Jackson, the bride's brother; Jeff Turner; and Steve Schneider.
Connor McCloskey, the bridegroom's cousin, was the ring bearer.
Approximately 200 guests attended the reception at The Crowne Plaza in Toledo.
Following a honeymoon to Jamaica, the couple is residing in Perrysburg.
The bride is a homemaker and a graduate of Crestview HIgh School and the University of Toledo.
The bridegroom is a trauma consultant. He graduated from Northwood High School and the University of Toledo.